The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen aired Monday and it was packed full of outrageous, tasteless and hilarious jokes all in honor of the winning warlock himself.
Family Guy creator, Seth MacFarlane opened the roast with Charlie’s soon-to-be used obituary, which MacFarlane said he actually just ripped off from the Amy Winehouse obituary.
“I only had to change three things, though,” admits MacFarlane. “The sex of the deceased, the location of the body and the part that says a talent that will be missed.”
Charlie then made his grand entrance on a giant train (I’m guessing the crazy train) while Slash played a guitar solo behind him.
Sheen wasn’t the only target of the night. No one was safe from the humor of the night’s roasters.
But one joke, uttered by comedian Amy Schumer, may have gone too far.
Schumer took the stage and as in roast tradition she went down the line of fellow roasters and tore them apart one by one.
“Steve-O, I truly am–no joke–sorry for the loss of your friend Ryan Dunn,” said Schumer in reference to Ryan Dunn’s untimely death earlier this year. “I know you must have been thinking, ‘It could have been me,’ and I know we’re all thinking, ‘Why wasn’t it?’”
The crowd laughed and then added in some “ohhhhs.” When the camera showed Steve-O, the Jackass star looked visible shocked and upset.
But, that’s a roast! They are supposed to be tasteless and funny!
The rest of the show went on without a hitch and continued to be hilarious throughout.
Personally I think Amy is hilarious, but what do you think?
Did Amy Schumer go too far?
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